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The Tear "Book 



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Boston 
Architectural 

Club 



(Containing 

EXAMPLES OF ENGLISH ARCHITECTURE 

AND ORNAMENT 




BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

1928 



^HE plates published in this book are 
selected from the Sketch Books of the 
Architectural Association of England to whom 
the Boston Architectural Club expresses its 
appreciation. 



Copyrighted by 

Baton Architectural Club 

Boston. Mail. 



THE BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 
was organized in 1889 for the purpose of 
associating those interested in the profession of 
architecture, with a view to mutual encouragement and 
help in studies. It owns a building in which all its 
educational and social activities take place. 

The classes of the Boston Architectural Club are 
only open to members. Others are admitted temporarily 
who make application for membership in the Club, 
pending action by the Board of Directors. A limited 
number of outsiders are admitted under special conditions 
to the History class. 

Outline of Studies 

Preliminary Design, Mathematics, Short Problems 
in Design, Preliminary Construction, Advanced Design, 
Cast Drawing, History, Drawing from Life and 
Advanced Construction. 






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Advertisers' Index 



ARCHITECTURAL MAGAZINES 

American Architect . . . . 

Architectural Forum 

ARCHITECTS' SUPPLIES 

Boston Blue Print Co. 
Makepeace, B. L., Inc. 
Spaulding-Moss Co. . 

ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK 

Carder Wood Working Co. 
Davenport-Brown Co. 
Henderson & Nolan . . . . 

Horn Bros. . . . . 

Irving & Casson-A. H. Davenport Co. 
Lualdi, A., Inc. . . . . 

Ross, Win. F. & Co 

Schumann, A. P. 



BATHROOM ACCESSORIES 

Crane Co. .... 

Mott, J. L., Iron Works 
Trenton Potteries Co. 

BLUE PRINTS 

Boston Blue Print Co. 
Makepeace, B. L., Inc. 
Spaulding-Moss Co. . 

BOILERS AND RADIATORS 

American Radiator Co. 
Smith, H. B. Co. 



BRONZE FOUNDERS 

General Bronze Corp. 

Gorham Co. 

McGann, T. F. & Sons Co. 

BUILDERS 

Bailey, Wm. M. Co. 
Barrows & Co. 
Bishop, J. W., Co. . 
Burns; D. F. & W. G, Inc 
Fox, F. LeRoy, Inc. . 
Griffiths, T. 
Hegeman-Harris Co. 
Irwin, Geo., Co. 
Lines, H. Wales, Co. 
Sawyer Construction Co. 
Simpson Bros. Corp. 
Slotnik, J., Co. 
Steinberg, Benj. 
Stone & Webster, Inc. 
Tredennick-Billings Co. 

BUILDING HOLLOW TILE 

Pennsylvania Tile & Cons. Co. 

BUILDERS' SPECIALTIES 

Compound & Pyrono Door Co. 
Hutchinson, W. S. 
Seeley, H. A., Co. 



CAST STONE 

Art Stone Co. . 
Emerson & Norris Co. 

COPPERSMITHS 

Gerstein, H., & Sons 

CORK PRODUCTS 

United Cork Cos. 



DOORS 

Compound & Pyrono Door Co. . 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

Haley, H. M., Electric Co. 
Hixon Electric Co. . 

ELEVATORS 

Otis Elevator Co. 
Payne, F. S., Co. 



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51 



44 
1 
9 



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30 
23 
14 
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50 



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28 
12 



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9 



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21 



37 
13 
30 



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45 
27 
55 
61 
60 
20 
56 
43 

5 

34 
49 
40 

6 
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48 
15 



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46 



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29 
49 



47 
10 



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29 



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ELEVATOR DOORS, CABS AND ENCLOSURES 

Seeley, H. A., Co IS 

ENGINEERS 

Abboud, Alfred, & Co., Inc 61 

Edison Electric 111. Co. ....... 22 

Kellogg, Alfred 47 

FIREPLACES 

Freeman, E. L., Co. 50 

Wires, E. Stanley, Co 53 

FIREPROOF DOORS 

Seeley, H. A., Co 15 



FLAGSTONES 

Slatecraft Co. 



. 41 



FOUNDATIONS • 

Cavanagh, Thos., Inc. ....... 49 

Foundation & Construction Co. . . . . . .56 

GARBAGE RECEIVERS 

Sexton Can Co. ........ 52 

GRANITE 

Fletcher, H. E., Co 59 

Goss, John L., Corp. ....... 35 

Rusk, Duncan, Corp. ....... 16 

GRILLES 

Tuttle & Bailey Mfg. Co 34 

GUASTAVINO CONSTRUCTION 

Guastavino, R. Co. ........ 8 

GYPSUM 

Atlantic Gypsum Products Co. ...... 21 

United States Gypsum Co. ...... 38 

HARDWARE 

Hunter, J. B., Co 27 

HEATING CONTRACTORS 

Buerkel&Co 57 

Cassedy, James S. . . . . . . . .22 

Cronin, C. H. . . . . . . . .51 

Woodward, Frank E. 60 

HEAT REGULATION 

Johnson Service Co. ........ 54 

HEATERS— (HOT WATER) 

Whitlock Coil Pipe Co 44 

HEATING SYSTEMS 

Barnes & Jones ........ 56 

Merrill Co 57 

Woodward, Frank E., Co. ....... 60 



INSULATION 

Cabot, Sam'l, Inc. 



18 



INTERIOR DECORATORS 

Gregory & Brown Co. ....... 58 

Irving & Casson-A. H. Davenport Co. . . . .14 

Lualdi, A., Inc. 43 

MacDonald, Flora, Inc. ....... 53 

Penn, Ramon A., Inc. ....... 42 

Pennell, Gibbs & Quiring Co. . . . . . .54 

Queen Anne Studios ........ 4 

Reardon, John A., Jr. 39 

Ross, Wm. F., & Co 2, 3 



Advertisers' Index — Continued 



KITCHEN EQUIPMENT 

Duparquet, Huot & Moneuse Co. . . . . .33 

Morandi-Proctor Co. ....... 37 

Wrought Iron Range Co. ....... 26 

LEADED AND STAINED GLASS WINDOWS 

Connick, Charles J. . . . . . . .24 

Sanborn, Earl Edward . . . .31 

LIGHTING FIXTURES 

Bagues, Inc. ....... 9 

Bigelow Kennard & Co. ....... 24 

Caldwell, Ed. F., & Co 28 

General Electric Supply Corp. . . . .38 

Mitchell Vance, Inc. ........ 7 

Parker, Edwin S., Co. ....... 58 

LIGHTNING RODS 

Boston Lightning Rod Co. . . . . . .32 

LIMESTONE 

Shea & Donnelly Co 44 

MAHOGANY 

Russell & Co 25 

METAL DOORS, WINDOWS AND TRIM 

Lupton's, David, Sons Co. .... .55 

Richev, Browne & Donald, Inc. . . . .53 

Seeley, H. A., Co 15 

MODELING 

Emmel Co. ......... 47 

Evans, John & Co., Inc. ....... 55 

Henderson & Nolan ........ 30 

Schutze, A. P., & Co 49 

MOSAICS, TILE AND MARBLE FLOORS 

De Paoli Mosaic Co. . ...... 48 

Galassi Mosaic & Tile Co. . . . . . .41 

Rubberstone Corp. ........ 61 

Wires, E. Stanley Co., Inc. ..... 47, 53 

Zani Tile Co. ......... 42 

OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT 

Petroleum Heat & Power Co. . . . . . .54 

ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK 

Krasser, F., & Co. ........ 60 

Norfolk Iron Co. . . . . . .51 

Ripley, Henry T, Inc. ....... 57 

Snow, W. A., Iron Works, Inc. . . . . . .40 

PAINTING AND DECORATING 

Lorentzen, O. L., Co. 52 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Shaw Photo Service ........ 46 

PLASTERING CONTRACTORS 

Cathcart, Hallett & Goodwin 59 

Freeman, I. ......... 46 

Sanford, N. J, & Son 55 



PLUMBERS 




Buerkel & Co 


. 57 


Cassedy, James S. . 


. 22 


Cotter, James A., Co. 


. 39 


Cronin, C. H. . 


. 51 


Roberts, Albert E 


. 56 


Touchet, Albert E., Inc. . 


. 57 



PACK 

RAILINGS 

Bay State Brass Rail Co 51 

REFLECTORS 

Curtis Lighting, Inc. ....... 59 

Erikson, L., Electric Co. ....... 33 

Frink Corp., Inc. . . . . . .32 

REFRIGERATION 

Frigidaire Co. ......... 62 

ROOFING, SHEET METAL WORK 

Brooks, T. C, Co 45 

Farquhar's, John Sons ....... 58 

Hayden, Lowell, T. Co 50 

Leavitt Sons Co. ........ 46 

Priggen, Geo. H., Co. ....... 54 

ROOFING SHINGLES 

Asbestos Shingle, Slate & Sheathing Co. . . . .31 

ROOFING TILES 

Wires, E. Stanley, Co. 47, 53 

RUGS 

Kent-Costikyan .36 

SASH CORD 

Samson Cordage Co. ....... 48 

SCREENS 

Hutchinson, W. S 48 

SHINGLE STAINS 

Cabot, Samuel, Inc. ........ 18 

TILES 

De Paoli Mosaic Co 48 

Freeman, E. L., Co. ........ 50 

Galassi Mosaic & Tile Co. . . . .41 

Wires, E. Stanley, Co., Inc. . . 47, 53 

Zani Tile Co. ......... 42 

VALVES 

Jenkins Bros. . . . . . . . . .35 



VENTILATION 

Priggen, Geo. H., Co., Inc. 

VENTILATORS 

Peerless Unit Ventilation Co. 
Sturtevant, B. F., Co. 



WATERPROOFING 

Contract Waterproofing Co., Inc. 
Horn, A. C, Sales Corp. . 



WATERPROOF STUCCO AND BRICK STAINS 

Cabot, Samuel, Inc. ....... 

Minwax Co., Inc. ....... 



54 



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17 



48 
61 



18 
26 



WHITE LEAD 

National Lead Co. ........ 23 



PLUMBING FIXTURES 

Crane Co. ......... 19 

Mott, J. L., Iron Works ....... 28 

Trenton Potteries Co. ....... 12 



WOOD CARVING 

Emmel Co. 

Evans, John, & Co., Inc. . 

Henderson & Nolan . 

Irving & Casson-A. H. Davenport Co. 

Lualdi, A., Inc. . 

Ross, Wm. F., & Co. 



47 
55 
30 
14 
43 
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WROUGHT IRON PIPE 

Reading Iron Co. ........ 36 



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FN the completeness of our equipment and 
with the assistance of our organization of 
specialists, the Architect has at his command 
at all times every method of plan reproduction, 
and in our large and varied stock of drawing 
supplies, material for every drafting need. 



B. L. Makepeace, Inc. 



Importers 

Manufacturers 

Dealers 



New England's Largest Blueprinting and 
Drawing Material House 

387 Washington Street 
394 Boylston Street 

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



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REREDOS FOR ST. MARY'S CHURCH, STATEN ISLAND 
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WILLIAM F. ROSS & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Interior IVoodwork and Fine Furniture 

Modeling, Carving, and Plaster Work 



193-207 BRIDGE STREET 



EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



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Queen Anne Studios 



Antiques 



Brocades 



Glass 



Reproductions 

Interior Decorations „ T M° de ™ Fabrics 

Wedding Presents 



739 Boylston Street (Fourth Floor) .-. .-. Boston, Mass. 

Telephone KENmore 6340 

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SAWYER CONSTRUCTION CO. 

^Builders 

1 6 ARLINGTON ST., BOSTON 



INDUSTRIAL AND 
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CHURCHES 
RESIDENCES 



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EDUCATIONAL institutions exhibiting the widest 
variety of architectural styles are to be found among 
the construction work of Stone 8C Webster, Inc. This page 
illustrates the Beaver Country Day School, near Boston, 
in which the architect has contrived to give a group of 
new buildings the effect of long seasoning by wind and 
weather. 



Stone & Webster 



INCORPORATED 

BUILDERS 



BOSTON, 49 Federal Street 
NEW YORK. 120 Broadway 
CHICAGO, First National Bank Bldg. 



PITTSBURGH, Union Trust Bldg. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Holbrook Bldg. 

PHILADELPHIA, Real Estate Trust Bldg. 



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Boston - New York - Chicago 



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Cleveland, Ohio 



Charles R. Greco, Jrthltttt 
Boston, Mass. 



Dome in Guastavino Construction with soffit course of AKOUSTOLITH 

Sound-absorbing Artificial Stone, including ornamental ribs. Side walls 
finished in same material, both plain face and in moulded detail. 



R. GUASTAVINO CO. 



225 West 34th Street 

New York City R. GUASTAVINO CO. OF CANADA, Ltd. 

New Birks Building, Montreal 



40 Court Street 
Boston, Mass. 



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.7\(ew E'ngiand 'Representative 
ii Beacon Street, Boston 



BAGUES 



INCORPORATED 



25 West 54th Street 

NEW YORK 



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FERRONNERIE 
OBJETS D'ART 

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Blue Printers for Over Forty Years 

Our experience and reputation guarantee our work — as yours 
do. Because we have more than satisfied architects and 
engineers in our capacity as manufacturing blue-printers 
and photostat-printers we have been increasingly favored 
with the patronage ol the most important firms. 

SPAULD1NG-MOSS COMPANY 



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42 FRANKLIN STREET ■ BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 

UPTOWN BRANCH. 401 PARK S0J7ARE BUILDING 
Springfield Division. 458 BRIDGE STREET 



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HIXON ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Engineers and Contractors 

22 ELK INS STREET :: SOUTH BOSTON 



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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

The personnel of our Engineering Department, combining technical 'training 
and years of practical construction experience, assures our clients of efficient 
solutions of their eleftrical problems. 

Practical Reports — Worki?ig Drawings 
ana 7 Specifications 

Made with the ultimate installation and economic service constantly in view. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Hutchins & French Hixon Electric Co. 

Architects Engineers & Contractors 




Cram & Ferguson, Architects Hixon Electric Co., Engineers cc Contractors 

NATIONAL LIKE INSURANCE CO. 

MONTPELIER, VT. 



ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION 

Our organization embraces trained men experienced in administration and execution of all branches of electrical construction. 

High-Grade Materials — Expert U^orkmanship 

Administered for the best interests of our clients and our reputation for qualitv and service. 




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Coolidge, Shepley, Bulfinch &c Abbott, Architects 



Hixon Electric Co., Engineers & Contractors 



ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH 
NEW YORK CITY 



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Walker & Gillette, Architects 
George Frederic Hall, Associated Architect 



THE NEW INDUSTRIAL TRUST BUILDING 

OF PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Equipped ivtth Otis <$ignal (Control {'levators 



"Building for 
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Otis 

Signal Control 

Elevators 

typify the most 

modern and efficient form 

ot intensive vertical 

transportation 

and have made possible 

the architect's vision 

of the 

Qity of tomorrow 



OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 

OFFICES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE WORLD 



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A innumerable opportunities 
to demonstrate whether '"Our 
Guarantee" represents an 
empty phrase or a living ideal. 
It is with pardonable pride 
that we point to the increased 
confidence imposed in us by 
the architectural profession 
as well as the plumbing trade 
and public at large. However, 
we do not take the responsi- 
bility of leadership lightlv. 
We fully realize that if 
TE-PE-CO products are to 
remain in the vanguard, every 
effort must be made to increase 
their usefulness and durabil- 
itv whenever worthwhile 
improvements are devised. 




THE TRENTON POTTERIES COMPANY 

Trenton, New Jersey, U. S. A. 
NE\T YORK BOSTON PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO 

World's Largest Manufacturers of Fine Quality All-Clay Plumbing Fixtures 

Export Office 
115 Broad St., New Yoik City 




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DESIGNED- BY- HENRY- WILSON -SCULPTOR 

DENSMORE-LeCLEAR- tf-ROBBINS -ARCHITECTS 

EXECUTED IN BRONZE BY 

THE - G ORHAM - COMPANY 

PROVIDENCE - - * TOW "YORK 
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Reredos and Altar for Grace Church, Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Frohman, Robb & Little, Architects 



Executed by 

Irving & Casson— A. H. Davenport Co, 

Designers a?id ^(takers of 

Fine Woodwork \ Furniture 
and ^Draperies 



60 i Fifth Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 



573-579 Bovlston Street 
Copley Square, Boston 



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| H. A. SEELEY CO. | 

'Representative 
73 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. 

dahlstrom hollow metal doors and trim 

COMPLETE — THE FIREPROOF BUILDING 

Metal Door's, Frames and Trim 
Elevator Doors & Cabs wNi^W Elevator lnclosures Complete 

Drawn Metal Mouldings 



THE SANYMETAL PRODUCTS CO. 

Manufacturers of 



Sanymetal 
Gravity 
Hinges 




\7oilet and Office jhrtiHons 

X Toilet, Shower and Dressing Partitions and Hardware "l 
X Office, Factory ', School and Hospital Partitions, Screens } 

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I RELIANCE FIREPROOF DOOR CO. | 

77-103 Dobbin Street 18 1-2 15 Banker Street 

brooklyn new york 

Extruded Bronze Doors. Windows and Store Fronts 

Kalatnein Iron and Bronze Covered Doors, Windows and Trim 

Furniture, Steel Covered Doors and Frames 

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I CAMPBELL METAL WINDOW CORP. ( 

Double Hung Solid Section Windows 

GALVANIZED AFTER FABRICATION METAL FLEXIBLE WEATHERSTOP 

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Henry C. Pelton and Allen & Collens, Aih.. Anbituti 
PARK AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, NEW YORK CITY 



West Townsend Granite 

Furnished and Erected on the above Church 

BY 

DUNCAN RUSK CORPORATION 

WEST TOWNSEND, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Undisturbed quiet 

no operating sound comes 
from the "Silent'* Sturtevant 



^HE "Silent" Sturtevant 
Unit Ventilator fits un- 
obtrusively into the quiet 
atmosphere of the school- 
room, church or office. 

No disturbing sound comes 
from the attractive metal 
cabinet to betray the fact 
that fan and motor are at 
work supplying healthful, 
fresh air. A well-ventilated 



room, alone, testifies to 
their efficient operation. 

Silence is attained in the 
new "Silent" Sturtevant 
Unit Ventilator by making 
the fan wheels fifty per 
cent, larger in diameter 
than those used in other 
unit ventilators of the same 
rating. Consequently, the 
fan can be run very slowly, 
and the air moves noise- 



lessly at a low velocity. A 
saving in electric power is 
another advantage gained 
through using a slow 
speed fan. 

Silent unit ventilation is an 
exclusive Sturtevant attain- 
ment. We will gladly send 
you a copy of Bulletin 
344-A which gives complete 
information about the 
"Silent" Sturtevant. 



B. F. STURTEVANT COMPANY, HYDE PARK, BOSTON, MASS. 



Boston Office, 60 State Street. 'Phone HUBbard 2430 



ATLANTA 
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BOSTON 
BUFFALO 



CAMDEN 

CHARLOTTE 

CHICAGO 

CINCINNATI 

CLEVELAND 



DALLAS 

DENVER 

DETROIT 

HARTFORD 

TORONTO 



INDIANAPOLIS 
KANSAS CITY 
LOS ANGELES 
MILWAUKEE 
MINNEAPOLIS 



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NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO 

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Donald McHherson House, Winnetka, 111. Built of common brick 
Wood shingled roof stained gray No. 346 and insulated with Uuilt. 



ed with Cabot's Semi-Flat Collopakes. 
Architect, Russell Wolcott, Chicago. 



Architects are dedicated to giving their clients the utmost 
in buying power and comfort. Any method in building 
which saves in first cost and makes sure of further annual 
savings secures careful consideration. Cabot's Quilt offers 
such a method. U. S. Bureau of Standards tests sent you 
on request show Cabot's Quilt is equalled in insulating 
value by only two other more expensive materials. Cabot's 



Quilt is so effective and at the same time so reasonable to 
buy and apply that its use actually reduces the overall cost 
of construction by cutting down the size of the heating 
system and plastering cost. And each winter thereafter it 
will cut fuel costs one-quarter to one-third. Of course 
Cabot's Quilt works both ways and keeps houses cooler in 
summer, too. 



FOR EFFECTIVE— ECONOMICAL HOUSE INSULATION, SPECIFY 

Cabot's Quilt 

IN SUCCESSFUL USE FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS 

Incorporated 

MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS— BOSTON, MASS, U. S. A. NEW YORK. CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA 

KANSAS CITY LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND SEATTLE 

Cabot's Creosote Stains, Stained Shingles, Old Virginia White, DOUBLE WHITE, (Semi-Flat and Gloss Collopakes, Conservo and Flexiblac.) 

Send for Architects' Descriptive Handbook A-IQ2S 



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TRANSPLANTED from an estancia in old Seville 
to a distinguished residence in town, this bathroom 
is as Spanish as the sharp click of castanets. Though the 
shutters dull the direct stare of the sunlight, the room is 
bright with the gleam of tile and porcelain; rich with an 
old world beauty, replete with sanitary convenience that 
is truly American. A good idea? You will find many 



more, equally good, in the special architect's edition or 
New Ideas for Bathrooms, a book liberally illustrated, with 
floor plans, wall elevations, and many helpful decorating 
suggestions. It will gladly be sent on request. ... It 
is a pleasant surprise for your clients when they discover 
that a complete Crane installation rarely costs more than 
any other of comparable quality. 



Everything 



CRAN E 

for Any Plumbing Installation 

crane co., 799 boylston st., boston, mass. 

GENERAL OFFICES: CRANE BU ILDING, 836 S. MICHIGAN AVENUE, CHICAGO 

Branchis and Salts Offices in One Hundred and Sixty-two Cities 

National Exhibit Rooms: Chicago, New York, Atlantii City, San Francila, and Montreal 

If oris: Chicago, Bridge fort, Birmingham, Chattanooga, Trenton; Montreal, and St. Johns, Quebec; Ipswich, England 

CRANE EXPORT CORPORATION: NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO, MEXICO CITY, HAVANA 

CRANE LIMITED: CRANE BUILDING, 11(0 BEAVER HALL SQUARE, MONTREAL 

CRANE-BENNETT, LTD., LONDON 

C2 CRANE: PARIS, BRUSSELS 

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Coolidgc, Sheplev, Bulfinch 8c Abbott, Architects 
FOGG ART MUSEUM. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



Hageman-Harris Company 



INCORPORATED 



Building Construction 




Builders of Fogg Art Museum, Harvard Chemical Laboratory 
and other Harvard College Buildings 



CHICAGO 

Tribune Towers 



NEW YORK 

360 Madison Ave. 



BOSTON 

100 Milk Street 



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HoZV ClFChltCCtS ma y use a s i m pl e problem to their advan- 
tage and profit. 

The P?'oblem — 

Why does this funnel overflow? 

The Answer — 

There is more water flowing in at the top than can possibly flow 
out through the narrow neck of the funnel at the bottom. 

There is only one way that architects can overcome the competition of the over-rated 
boiler. That way is to make boiler prospects appreciate the difference in efficiency and 
cost of operation between a Fairly Rated Boiler having sufficient Fire Surface and an over- 
rated boiler which hasn't enough Fire Surface. This is a difficult thing to do but we have 
found a way to do it very effectively in our magazine and newspaper advertising. Archi- 
tects can use the same method to their advantage and profit. The way we are doing it in 
our national advertising is by means of the simple illustration given above. 
Turning on more water will get practically no more into the bottle. Because only so 
much and no more water can pass through the neck of the funnel. 

So with a boiler. The Fire Surface corresponds to the neck of the funnel. The heat given 
off by the fuel burned corresponds to the water. When there is insufficient Fire Surface 
heat "overflows" and is wasted up the chimney. Generating more heat by forcing the 
fire only means greater waste up the chimney. Because the Fire Surface, like the neck of 

the funnel, can absorb only so much heat and pass it into the home. 

By means of this simple illustration it is very easy for the layman to visualize the fuel he will waste if he has an inefficient 

boiler. It is easy for him to see why, when an extra cold snap occurs, forcing an over-rated boiler will waste more fuel but 

give him very little, if any more, heat. 

^HBSMITH The H. B. Smith Company | 

. BOILERS'fcr' RADIATOKS 




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BOSTON NEW TORK PHILADELPHIA CLEVELAND 

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ROCKWALL Gypsum Plaster comes 
from rich, pure deposits in Nova 
Scotia. At Portsmouth, New Hamp- 
shire, the rock is converted into plaster 
for shipment by rail and water to meet 
all of New England's requirements. The 
photograph at the right is just one of the 
many New England buildings using 
Rockwall Gypsum Plaster. 

Atlantic Gypsum Products Co. 

NEW YORK, N. Y. BOSTON, MASS. PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 




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Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Huilding, Springfield, 

Massachusetts*- 1200 tons of Rockwall Gvpsum Plaster used. 

Kirkham cV Parlett, Architects 

Turner Construction Co., General Contractors 

Fred A. Weake, Inc., Plasterers 

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in modern electric illumination are always at your 
service. This service includes preliminary sur- 
veys, specifications, and lighting layouts, 
if desired ... all without expense 

f ^v Appointment may be made 
\^n. letter, or by telephoning 

Hancock 3300 



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is entirely possible in the face of competition 

Trained engineers, careful supervision, and large purchasing 
power make for economies impossible to the smaller 
contractors. 

Yet more than the bare requirements — we insist that each 
job shall be so installed that we may have an honest pride 
in our work which after all is what makes work worthwhile. 

JAMES S. CASSEDY 

ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 
133 AUSTIN STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

HEATING ' POWER PLANTS ' VENTILATING ' PLUMBING - AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS 

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An Interior Paint 

that offers a wide scope in 
Co/or . . . Yifiish . . . Design 




The great adaptability of lead-and-oi] paint as a decorative medium is one of its 
outstanding characteristics. 

Being mixed and colored specially for each job, it enables the architect not only 
to obtain exactly the tints required to express fully his color ideas, but it is further 
adaptable in that the finish mav be in flat or in anv degree of gloss. Anv design mav 
be had by the use of interesting figured treatments such as the Crumpled Roll and the 
Sponge Mottle effects. 

Lead-and-oil paint for interior decorative purposes is made with the well-known 
Dutch Boy white-lead and Dutch Bov flatting oil. Economical, durable, beautiful — ■ 
this paint is also extremely washable. Even after long service, it mav be cleaned with 
soap and water without injury to its surface. 

NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY OF MASS. 

800 ALBANY ST., BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. 



DUTCH BOY 



WHITE-LEAD 
FLATTING OIL 




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of the 

STATE STREET TRUST CO. 



iQJoodzvork by 

Horn Brothers 

23 Miner Street 
Boston 



Richardson, Barrott & Richardson 
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Detail of "The Pilgrim s Progress". One of a series of windows in the playroom 
of the Children's Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio 

STANLEY MATTHEWS, Architect Designed and Made by CHARLES J. CONN1CK, Boston 

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BIGELOW KENNARD & C° 

Goldsmiths, Silversmiths, Jewelers 

Importers of Fine Diamonds 

Clocks, Watches, Silver 

Glass and Stationery 

Supreme in Quality 



5 I I Washington St. 



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Davenport- Brown 
Company 

SOMERV1LLE - - MASS. 

^Architectural yVoodivo?'k 

MEMBER MASTER BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION 



SOME RECENTLY COMPLETED WORK 

LOCATION 
Baker Memorial Library, Dartmouth College Hanover, N. H. 

Jens Federick Larson, Architect 
Harvard Medical School Dormitories Boston, Mass. 

Coolidge, Shepley, Bulfinch & Abbott, Architects 
Mrs. Gail Stephens' Residence Wenham, Mass. 

J. D. Leland & Company, Architects 
Thomas H. Powers' Res., Special Pine Rooms Bar Harbor, Me. 

Frohman, Robb & Little, Architects 
Mrs. Kathryn L. Saltonstall's Residence Dedham, Mass. 

R. Clipston Sturgis, Architect 
Mr. J. Lewis Coon's Residence Wakefield, Mass. 

Richardson, Barrot & Richardson, Architects 

Mr. Archibald F. MacNichol's Residence Greenwich, Conn. 

H. T. Lindeberg, Architect 



GORDON ALLEN, Arch. 



STAIR CORNER 

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Native Pine Boards and well seasoned Beams, 

from loo to 200 years old. 



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11 Beacon Street Exhibit 
Architects Exhibit Corporation 




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Russell & Co. 



BOSTON 



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growing ratio in the leading Hotels, Clubs and Restaurants of the Country. 



Perfection of Quality 

Honesty of Materials 

SatisJactio?i 

These points have earned for us our business. 

WROUGHT IRON RANGE COMPANY 



Eastern Branch 

33 Bowker Street 
Boston, Mass. 



Home Office and Factory 



ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 



Western Branch 
174 Market Street 

Denver, Colo. 



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RETAIL of Seldon L. Brown School, 
William H. Brainerd Associates, Archi- 
tects. All exterior masonrv was treated 
with two coats of Minwax Clear Water- 
proofing. All wood floors, drawer slides, 
pullev stiles, etc., were treated with two 
coats of Minwax Flat Finish. We prefer 
to supervise anv job where Minwax Prod- 
ucts are used. 



MINWAX CO. Inc. 

Engineers and Manufacturers of 

Waterproofing and Protective Products 

1 1 West 42nd St., New York 
230 East Ohio St., Chicago 

Boston Office: 263 Summer St. 

E. R. WILL, Manager 




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J. B. Hunter Company j 




| Builders' Hardware \ 

Period Designs in Ornamental ^Bronze and 

Wrought Iron 

(Specifications and Estimates Gladly Prepared) 

'Distributors of Y ALE LOCKS and Hardware 

| 60 Summer Street Boston, Mass. | 

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WORCESTER BOSTON NEW YORK 



J. W. BISHOP CO. 

© UILDERS 



PROVIDENCE NEW BEDFORD 

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MOTT ^ 



Mott Plumbing Fixtures 
have a distinct investment 
value for the home and 
combine durabilitv and 
beautv of finish with 
moderate cost. 



J. L. MOTT COMPANY, INC. 

Trenton New Jersey 

BOSTON BRANCH 

The J. L. Mott Iron Works 

90 BERKELEY STREET 



Edward F. Caldwell & Co. 



incorporated 



zJktakers of 

Qas and (t> lee trie J^ight \jixtures 

Ornamental Brass and Wrought Iron Work 



36-38-40 WEST 15th STREET ----- NEW YORK 



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[ United Cork Companies j 

45 COMMERCIAL WHARF 
BOSTON, MASS. 

Contractors for the Very Highest Quality 
Built-in Cork and Cement Refrigerators 

Crescent i oo c T c Pure Corkboard Crescent Cork Tile Floors 

Crescent Cork Pipe Covering Bulletin Boards 

United' s Service Is Complete Complete Catalogs and Literature 

and Satisfactory Furnished On Request 



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ELEVATORS 



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RIVERSIDE CHURCH j[ 

Riverside Drive i West 122nd St., New York 
HENRY C. PELTON" i ALLEN i COLLENS 'Aa. Archhicn 1 



Hexdersox & Nolax 

m INCORPORATED 

Ecclesiastical Woodwork 
and Furniture 

Carving and Modeling 



SCALE MODEL WORK - PATTERNS FOR 
ORNAMENTAL BRONZE AND IRON WORK 



15 and 17 HARCOURT STREET 
BOSTON", MASS. 




Cast Statuary Bronze Scrim of the Baptistry in the Cathedral of 
St. Johr. the Dhir.c, New York City 

CRAM C=7 FERGUSO.X. Architects 



T. F. McGann 

&: Sons Company 

Art Bronze Founders since l86y 






120 PORTLAND STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 






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AMBLER 

ASBESTOS 

SHINGLES 

— =ARE^ 



FIREPROOF I 

An Attractive and Permanent Root 

No Painting No Curling No Repairs 

ASBESTOS SHINGLE, SLATE 
AND SHEATHING COMPANY 

ioo Pearl Street - Boston, Mass. 

Branch Offices in All Large Cities 

r , AMBLER, PA. 

*"""'•' ST. LOUIS, MO. 




SECTION OF WINDOW DESIGNED AND EXECUTED BY 

EARL E. SANBORN FOR BOSTON COLLEGE LIBRARY. 

MAGINNIS d WALSH, ARCHITECTS 



Earl Edward Sanborn 

'Designer and (draftsman 
in gained Cjlass 



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12 Buckingham Street 

HEAR CLARENDOS STREET ENTRjINI I 01 
BACK BAY RAILROAD STAtlOh 



BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Frink 
Reflectors 



DOUBLE AND SINGLE DESK REFLECTORS 

OPERATING TABLE REFLECTORS 

BANK SCREEN REFLECTORS 

SHOW CASE REFLECTORS 

CHANCEL REFLECTORS 

WINDOW REFLECTORS 

PICTURE REFLECTORS 

COVE REFLECTORS 

POLARALITE SIGNS 

LINOLITE LAMPS 

Special Reflectors to Meet Every 
Requirement 




m NEW YORK CITY MONTREAL, CANADA 

jj 14th St. & 10th Ave. 64 Belair Ave. 

jj SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH M 
= 77 O'Farrell St. )2 South West Temple St 

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M IZ27 Venice Blvd. 684 The Arcade 

H SEATTLE, WASHINGTON DETROIT, MICHIGAN f< (~\ C f~ f\ I"! 

J 9°i Seaboard Bldg. 115 State St. ■*■"* ^-' ^ *- ^— ' ■* * 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS PHILADELPHIA, PA. y • ■% • -pv J ^^ 

5, W .Jackson Blvd. 22 South , S th St. Llgll tiling KOCl C^ O • 

|g CINCINNATI, OHIO ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI C^ t^ 

^ 50) Gwynne Bldg. 1409A Pine St. 

■ BUFFALO, NEW YORK PORTLAND, OREGON D ■/■ J. ' r T ' 1 J. ' 

,.0 Mutual Life Bldg. Terminal Sales Bldg. LfOtCCtlOft frOM L^lVlHHlHP 

Atlanta georg.a Denver, Colorado q„ Country Homes, Suburban Residences, etc. 

^ 498 N. Highland Ave., N. E. 1420 Lawrence St. si 1 

J BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA DALLAS, TEXAS IMPnWCDlPnnllC DCDIUVCUT 

I 8zo Martin Bldg. 2 Unit Santa Fe Bldg. INCONSPICUOUS — PERM ANENT 

Dependable Copper Conductors installed in con- 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA WASHINGTON, D. C. juncdon ^ ^j rid flash ingS, eave 

m St>4 Ferguson Bldg. 817 14th St., N. W. = J , , , 6 VV „ 6 ' . , 6 .' = 

troughs, and down spouts. Concealed equipment ■ 
H installed on new buildings before the slates or tiles = 
f^Ptfj^) m are placed. 

REFER ENCES: 

Harkness Memorial Yale 

THE New Library Dartmouth 

New Chapel Princeton 

I V ,» -, . - ._ /~> _. __ _ ,_ _ __ _ _ = Chapel and other Buildings University of Vermont 

I trink Corporation ^1^^^ ...... m^yoac*, 

INCORPORATED 

755 BOYLSTON STREET 
I 161 SUMMER ST., BOSTON K , M 

Ken. 4034 

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Through good lighting architectural beauty is 
revealed to its fullest extent 

Your lighting requirements can be faithfully 

and scientifically interpreted by Erikson 

engineers 




St. Paul' s Cathedral, Boston 

L. Erikson Electric Company 

Designers and Manufacturers of Specialized Lighting Equipment for 
Banks, Schools, Churches, Temples, Theatres, Stores and Hospitals 

BOSTON :: MASSACHUSETTS 

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There can be no " or equal*' for Ferrocraft 



ERROCRAFT is the trade name for a line of cast 
heating and ventilating grilles made exclusively in our 
foundries. It applies to our special cast work and is 
protected by registration in the U. S. Patent Office. 

The names Ferrocraft and Tuttle & Bailey are synonymous. 
Specification of Ferrocraft means Tuttle & Bailey on/y! There is 
no, nor can there be, "or equal." 

But Ferrocraft is more than a trade mark. It is the distinguishing 
symbol ot excellence; the sterling mark for cast iron, cast brass and 
cast bronze. It is a product decidedly better than the ordinary. 





TUTTLE & BAILEY MFG. CO. 

Makers of Registers and Grilles for Eighty-two Years 
441 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK. CITY 

BOSTON BRANCH : 36 PORTLAND STREET 



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Simpson Bros. Corporation 



(Building Qonstrufflion 



General Offices 

77 SUMMER STREET - - BOSTON, MASS. 



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1. 1 > LOW I II., Architect 



GOSS PINK DEER ISLE GRANITE 

JOHN L. GOSS CORPORATION 



Quarry at 
STONINGTON, MAINE 



77 Summer Street 
BOSTON, MASS. 



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Why it pays you 

to be specific 



Jenkins 



Fig. 700 
Modulating \ 



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Fig- 71 5 

Jenkins Bronz 

Fire Line 

Angle Valve 



Fig. 168 

Jenkins Bronze 

Radiator Angle Valve 

ivith male union 



Only a Jenkins Valve can give your client 
Jenkins service — long, reliable, tree from 
frequent "fixing." And a heating contract 
or a plumbing contract, in order to be 
substitution-proof, should be specific. 
The surest way to make it specific is to 
mention the Jenkins "Diamond" mark, 
without which no valve is a Jenkins. 
Jenkins Valves are furnished for practical lv 
every plumbing, heating, power plant and 
fire protection requirement. 

JENKINS BROS. 

124 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, Mass. 
NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO 



Always marked with the "Diamond" 

enkinsValves 

J SINCE 1864 



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THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM 

NEW YORK CITY 

showing the new wings in which Reading Pipe has 

been installed. 



Architect: 
Plumbing: 
Heating: 



McKim, Mead & White 

V. S. Rittenhouse 

Austin Engineering Co. 



T3 EVADING Genuine Wrought Iron Pipe has 
•*- * spent forty-nine years in the Metropolitan 
Museum — but not in an exhibition case. It has 
been doing hard service all this time and is still 
capable of" doing more. The value of this rust- 
proof pipe can be appreciated when L you con- 
sider the priceless art objects that might be de- 
stroyed by dripping water. Seventeen vears ago 
a 400-ft. section of steel pipe was inadvertently 
installed and subsequently ripped out when it 
began leaking. As a manifestation of confidence, 
Reading Pipe has since been selected for the new 
wings. 

READING IRON COMPANY 

READING, PA. 



READING PIPE 

'•GENUINE WROUGHT IRON *** 




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KENT-COSTIKYAN 

FOUNDED 1886 

485 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 
Second Floor (Opposite Public Library) 



ORIENTAL RUGS, ANTIQUE AND MODERN 

FINE CHINESE RUGS 

WIDE SEAMLESS PLAIN CARPETS 

SPANISH AND EUROPEAN HAND-TUFTED RUGS 

AUBUSSON AND SAVONNERIE RUGS 

ANTIQUE HOOKED RUGS 

BOSTON OFFICE - 420 BOYLSTON STREET 

SAMPLE EXHIBIT— Architects' Exhibit Corporatipn — 1 1 Beacon Street 



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KITCHEN AT HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL DORMITORY H 

= Equipment installed by the Morandi-Proctor Co. Coolidge, Shepley, Bullfinch cr Abbott, Architects 

We design, manufacture and install kitchen equipment tor 
Hotels, Clubs, Cafeterias, Hospitals, Schools and Institutions 

MORANDI-PROCTOR COMPANY, 88 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 



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TREMONT STREET ENTRANCE, PARKER HOUSE 

BOSTON, MASS. 

DESMOND & LORD GEO. A. FULLER CO. 

Architects Contractors 

Architectural Bro?ixe U^ork 

EXECUTED BY THE 

General Bronze Corporation 



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WORD 

ABOUT 

SPECIFICATION 

WRITING 



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HEN you include a particular material in 
your specifications, it's because you are con- 
vinced of the dependability of that material. 

And that's why thousands of architects in- 
clude USG Standard Building Materials on 
all of their specifications — because they 
have learned to rely on USG dependability, 
backed by more than a quarter century of 
gypsum manufacturing experience. 

W henjyoa are writing specifications, USG is 
a good name to remember. There is a wide 
variety of materials, each the leader in its 
field. 

UNITED STATES GYPSUM COMPANY 

(Jen era/ Offices: 300 West zAdams ^treet 
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



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ERALELECTRIC SUPPIY 
CORPORATION 

372-378 STVART STREET 



BOSTON 

FORMERLY 

rTINGLLL-ANDREWS-COMPANY 




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JAMES A. COTTER CO. 

ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS FOR 

■PLUMBING" 

334 SHAWMUT AVENUE, BOSTON 



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Draperies Furniture Wall Coverings 

| Carpets Tapestries 



JOHN A. REARDON, JR. 
Interior Decorator 



103 ST. JAMES AVENUE 
I BOSTON, MASS. 

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We Operate Our Own 
Shops and Workrooms 

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

Winthrop, Mjss. 
J/'. Jf. Braincrd, Arch. 



MOUNT AX BURN CEMETERY 

Cambridge, Mass. 

'R alpb Jfarrington Doane, Arch. 

foolidge, ^hepiey, Bulfinch (3 Abbott, Assoc. At cb. 



JOHN HANCOCK. MUTUAL LIFE INS. 

Boston, Mass. 

Parker, Thomas '& 7^/cc, Arch. 



W. A. SNOW IRON WORKS, Inc. 

32 Portland Street, Boston, Mass. 










KROKYN & BROWNE, Arthileili 



HOME FOR AGED, DORCHESTER, MASS. 



Benjamin Steinberg 



'Building Construction 

6 BEACON STREET BOSTON, MASS. 

Teli-phone Haymarkel J926 

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I GALASSI K8?£S COMPANY | 

| BENNET& ASH STREETS, BOSTON, MASS. | 

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| FLAGSTONES | 

Rectangular Flagstones Rustic Flagstones Stepping Stones 

Garde?i Seats Tiles Coping ana 7 Steps 

Blues tone Slate 

Splitface or Natural Cleft Flooring 

I The Slatecraft Co. j 

2 SHURTLEFF COURT CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

Tel. CHAston 2371 



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RAMONA.PENN 



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INCORPORATED 




Interior 
decorators 



123 NEWBURY STREET 
BOSTON 



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KENmore 1992 



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TILE 
WORK 

Wall and 

Floor Tile, 

Faie?ice 

Quarry 

Tile 




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TILE 
WORK 



Ceramic, 
Terrazzo 

and 
-Jtfarble 
^jYCosaic 



r -f our exhibit at Architectural Exhibit, 11 Beacon Street 



175 GLADSTONE STREET 
EAST BOSTON", MASS. 

Telephone East Boston 1 o I 8 



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40 COURT STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 

Telephone Hubbard 0392 

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The H. Wales Lines Co 



Builders 



Meriden 



Connecticut 



Established 1864 



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Pulpit, Stalls and Organ Cases in 

The Lindsay Memorial Chapel, 

Boston 

Allen & Collens, Architects 



EXECUTED BY 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



Fine Interior ^Wood 
and Stone ^Work 



STUDIOS 
4-16 Cambridge Street, Cambridge 
11-13 Newbury Street, Boston 

Florence, Italy 
Via Campo, D'Arrigo No. 70 



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ESTABLISHED 1889 



Donnelly Co. 



Indiana 
Pimestone 

34 Roland Street, Boston 



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and other prominent buildings use 

WHITLOCK HEATERS 

WHjTLOCK 
Products 

THE WHITLOCK COIL PIPE CO. 
6 BEACON STREET, BOSTON 

Factory: HARTFORD, COXX. 

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I Boston Blue Print j 
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INCORPORATED 



BLUE PRINTS 

PHOTOSTAT PRINTS 

DRAfVING MATERIALS 

BLACK LINE PRINTS 



184. BOYLSTON ST. 

BOSTON 



STATE ST. 



BRANCH AT 

42 WESTMINSTER ST., PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



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Since 191 5, this organization 
(formerly called National {En- 
gineering Corporation) has 
completed contracts involving 
over 512,000,000, consisting 
of Apartment Houses, Bridges, 
Dams, Garages, Mills and 
Factories, Industrial Housing 
(54,000.000), Lofts, Mercan- 
tile Buildings, a Ship Yard, 
and Warehouses of all kinds, 
scattered from Maine to 
Pennsylvania and New York 
to Illinois. 



Send for our c [Q)ar c J^ecord 

BARROWS 

AND 

COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 



We do not offer any Equity 
Financing nor do we compete 
on Monumental Buildings. 
Our husiness is confined to 
legitimate promotions and 
straight contract work where 
speed of construction and 
quality of workmanship are 
absolute essentials and com- 
pensated accordingly. 

oJfyfaAe use of our (fost 'Data 



FORTY CENTRAL STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 



Pennsylvania 

Tile <£^ Construction 

Company 

HOLLOW TILE 

BUILDING 

MATERIAL 

Unit-£,ock Tile 

260 TREMONT STREET 
BOSTON 

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Roofing 

a?id 

Sheet Metal 
Contractors 



1 o 1 W. Dedham Street 
Boston, Mass. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 



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!!!SERVICE!!! 

PHOTOGRAPHS MADE AND 
DELIVERED IN 24 HOURS 

// r rite for information about our new 

process -"No Curl," prints 

stay flat forever. 

COMMERCIAL 
PHOTOGRAPHS 

ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRUCTION 

LANDSCAPE BLDG. MODELS 

COPIES OF PLANS, ETC. 

Enlargements - 2j hour service 

SHAW PHOTO SERVICE 

j ISABELLA ST., BOSTON, MASS. 
Hancock JO JO - Hancock ^OJI 



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The 
W. P. Leavitt Sons Co. 



JOHN A. LEAVITT, Prcs. 



■T^opfers 



I KINDS OF ROOFING — 

Slate Metal Tar and Gravel 
Asbestos and Asphalt Shingles 

I KINDS OF METAL WORK — 

Gutters Conductors Cornices 
Skylights Ventilators 

29 PEARL STREET, NEWTON 



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REG. U. 5. PAT. OFF. 



for HARMONY 



BB3S 



I. FREEMAN 

Contractor 



P L A I X and 
ORNAMENTAL 
PLASTERING 



Stucco 



Emerson & Norris Co. 



CAST STOXE 
BOSTON 



SIXTY-NINE CANAL STREET 

Room 2 1 o a 

BOSTON, MASS. 



Telephone 

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THE EMMEL 
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101 Bristol Street, Boston, Mass. 



ARCHITECTURAL PLASTIC RELIEF 
ORNAMENTATION IN 

Papier- Mache, Compo, 

Plaster, Staff 

and Cement 



ORNAMENTAL PATTERNS 
WOOD-CARVING and MODELING 

for casting in metal, cement, stucco, etc. 

Tel. Hancock 6064 
WILLIAM EMMEL, Gen. Mgr. 
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E. Stanley Wires Co. Inc. 

120 BOYLSTON STREET, BOSTON 

TERRA COTTA TILE ROOFING 
FIREPLACES, INTERIOR TILE 
TOCH BROS. R. I. W. PAINTS 



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ENGINEERING 
Consulting «-> 'Designing 

POWER PLANTS 

HEATING 
VENTILATION 

(Central J-feating Plants 

ELECTRIC WIRING 

REFRIGERATION 

SANITATION 

Hospitals — Schools — Public Buildings 



REPORTS VALUATIONS 



H. M. Haley 
Electric Co., Inc. 

Gontracling Engineers 

Wiring a?id Repairs 



TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN ELECTRICAL 
CONSTRUCTION IN GREATER BOSTON 



137 PEARL STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 



BOSTON 



MASS. 



Telephone 



LI Berty 8712 



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Contract Waterproofing 
Company Inc. 

Engineers 



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(Contractors 



185 DEVONSHIRE STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 

GEO. D. CARPENTER, District Manager. 
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is the most durable material tor hanging \\ in- 
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varn, spun in our own Mills, and guaranteed 
free from imperfections. Identified by the 
colored spots. 

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88 Broad Street 



Boston, Mass. 



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Completely equipped with HIGGIN METAL SCREENS 

W. S. HUTCHINSON 

Building Specialties 
44 Bromfield Street, Boston 

Rooms 403-406 
Telephones 66^ and 6656 LIBertv 

Higgin Metal Screen Higgin Metal Weather Strip 

Higgin Superior Roll Screens Robbins Wood Screens 

HofFman Casement Window Hardware 
McDougal Domestic Science Units 

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De Paoli Mosaic Co. 

Wall and J^loor Tile | 

(Ceramic 

Terrazzo 

AND 

Tapestry Tile 



126 MAGAZINE STREET 
BOSTON 

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Relief Ornament 

IN 

PLASTER, CEMENT, COMPOSITION, 

AND IMITATION STONE, 

SCAGLIOLA 



| A. P. SCHUTZE & CO. 

43 BRISTOL STREET 

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



.Models 



STONE, BRONZE, Etc., 
SCALE MODELS, WOOD CARVING 

Telephone ^fancock 4585 

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I "KEYVENEERED 
DOORS 



Manufactured by 

The Compound & Pvrono 
Door Company 

St. Joseph Michigan 

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Veneered Duur Specialists 



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Boston 



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^Building 
Contractors 



46 CORNHILL, BOSTON | 

MASSACHUSETTS 



Sears Building, 199 Washington St. 
BOSTON, MASS. 



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JACKSON'S CRETAN 
STONE MANTELS 

E. L. Freeman Co. 

26 North Washington Street, Boston 

NEW ENGLAND AGENT 

See Mantels on Display in Danish Roan/ at the 
Architects Exhibit and at our Showroom 



LOWELL T. HAYDEN CO. 



INCORPORATED 



Roofing 

and 

Sheet Metal IVork 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



81 Bristol Street 
Boston 

TELEPHONE, 72Q0 HANCOCK 

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Carder Wood Working 
Company 



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BUILDERS 1 FINISH 



Special Qabinet R&ork 



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Makers of fine 

^Architectural 
Wood Work 

For 
Churches, Ba?iks 
a?id Stores a a a 



127-135 CAMBRIDGE STREET 
ALLSTON, MASS. 

Telephone STAdium 0030 

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NORFOLK DOWNS, QUINCY, MASS. 



Ornamental Iron Work | 

SERVICE QUALITY 

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and Iron 

I RAILINGS I 

FOR 

ANY PART OF 

BUILDING 

CONSTRUCTION 

Bay State Brass Rail Co. 

I J 6 3\(o?-t/i Street 
BOSTON 




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The new 
architectural forum 

In two parts monthly 

Completely covers modern architects' 
activities Subscription $7 

ROGERS & MANSON CO., 383 Madison Avenue 
New York 



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INCORPORATED 



PLUMBING 
HEATING 
POWER PIPING 



CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS FIRE protection 

SYSTEMS 



1 + BYRON STREET 
BOSTON 

2004 SANSOM STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER 
SYSTEMS 



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O. L. Lorentzen | 
| Company | 

^Painting and 'Decorating 

Antiquing and special Lrinishes 

Try our Cloth treatment on 
uneven and cracked ceilings 
and walls - surfaces are made 
even and protected with cloth. 



125 West Brookline Street, Boston 

TELEPHONE - - BACK BAY [715 



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Sexton All Metal Underground 

Garbage Receivers 

U Outer body and inner pail made of heavy Sheet ■ 

Galvanized Steel, Frame and Cover made of Cast Iron 

Also made with CONCRETE outer bodv 




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= high. Inner pail n" dia., 17!" high (Approximate capacity 7 gallons) ^ 

m No. 4 — ALL METAL "AJAX" Receiver. Outer body 11 J"' dia., 19J" §j 

high. Inner pail 1 2 J" dia., 18 1" high (Approximate capacity 10 gallons) ^ 

= No. 5 — ALL METAL "AJAX" Receiver. Outer body 15" dia., 24" m 

= high. Inner pail 14" dia., 22 high (Approximate capacity 1$ gallons) ^ 

= No. 6 — ALL METAL "AJAX" Receiver. Outer body 18" dia., 14" m 

high. Inner pail 17'' dia., zz" high (Approximate capacity 20 gallons) |^ 

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SEXTON CAN COMPANY, Inc. 

g 31 CROSS STREET ----- EVERETT, MASS. | 

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HEATING and 
VENTILATING UNITS 



T^OR schools and other buildings requiring 
mechanical ventilation. The NEW 
PEER\"E\T UMTS are greatly improved, 
with silent a. c. motors which eliminate the 
need for a motor-generator outfit; improved 
fan housings which permit operation at 
slower speeds, reducing noise and saving 
power; improved damper arrangements; and 
new radiators without soldered, welded, 
brazed or gasketed joints. 

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Peerless Unit Ventilation Co., Inc. 

718-734 Crescent Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 



Boston Office: 80 Bovlston Street 






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— THE 



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Published semi-monthly 
on the fifth and twentieth 

24 issues per year of the finest 
material obtainable. These 
twenty-four numbers contain 
nearly twice as many plates and 
illustrated text pages as are 
furnished by any other paper 
in the field 

Subscription Rates 

$8.00 .... For Two Years 
$6.00 . . . ■ . For One Year 

THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT 

501 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 

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MODERN TILE BATHS 



E. Stanley Wires Co. Inc. 

120 BOYLSTON STREET, BOSTON 

TERRA COTTA TILE ROOFING 
FIREPLACES, INTERIOR TILE 
TOCH BROS. R. I. W. PAINTS 

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BROWNE 
WINDOWS 



installed in 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE BUILD- 
ING, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - WATERMAN BUILDING, 
AND BETH ISRAEL HOSPITAL & NURSES HOME, BOS- 
TON _ LYING-IN HOSPITAL, PROVIDENCE, R. I. _ 
WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY CHEMICAL LABORATORY & 
BIOLOGICAL BUILDING, AND STATE HOSPITAL, MID- 
DLETOWN, CONN. — CURRIER ART GALLERY, MAN- 
CHESTER, N. H. —AND HARVARD COLLEGE CHEMICAL 
LABORATORY (under construction), CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Demonstrate Superior Qualities: — Perfect Ventilation; Max- 
imum Light and Vision ; Absolute Weather Protection ; 
Noiseproof when closed; Satety and Economy in cleaning ex- 
terior of glass from inside ; Easy Operation ; Continuous and 
Lasting Service ; No Depreciation ; No Rattle open or closed ; 
Saving on Heating Plant, Fuel and Maintenance Costs. 

Samples Displayed with Architects Exhibit Corp., Boston, 
and Architects Samples Corp., New York. — Illustrated in 
Sweet's Catalogue and in the Modern Hospital Year Book. 



Richey, Browne & Donald, Inc. 

2101 FLUSHING AVENUE, MASPETH, N. Y. CITY 



J. LINCOLN COLLINS, Distributor 

12 PEARL STREET, BOSTON. MASS. 



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H. Gerstein & Sons 



Coppersmiths 



Copper Range Boilers 

and 

Hot Water Storage Tanks 




FLORA MACDONALD 



INCORPORATED 



Interior Decorations 



205-211 FIRST STREET 
SOUTH BOSTON MASS. 



m Eleanor Frazer 



39 Newburv St. 
Boston 



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Pennell, Gibbs cr Quiring Company | 

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Special Furniture, Draperies c5" Wall Papers H 

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Burning Equipment 



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Residences, Office Buildings 
Power Plants 

^Pioneers in J<uel Oil Hunting 




Petroleum Heat & Power 
Company 

8j4 (Commonwealth tAvenue 

NEW YORK BOSTON PROVIDENCE | 



George H. Priggen Co. 



INC. 



Qontra ctors for 

VENTILATION and 

GENERAL 

SHEET METAL 

WORK 



J /J 'Broadway 
Boston, <^M~assachusetts 

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I Company | 

JOHNSON SYSTEM 



OF 



TEMPERATURE 
REGULATION 



MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 

BOSTON OFFICE - 31 WALTHAM STREET 
H. B. Witgncr, Local Manager 



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I D. F. & W. G. Burns | 

INCORPORATED 



Contractors 
and Builders 



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\A (§teel Window for Every ^Purpose " 

LUPTON | 

Steel Windozvs 

1Vi?idow Operating Devices 



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Park Street 



BOSTON, 



MASS. 



DAVID LUPTON'S SONS CO. 
j8 Qhauncy Street 

BOSTON - MASSACHUSETTS 
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ALTARS REREDOSES FONTS 

TABLETS MONUMENTS 



N. J. Sanford & Son 



John Evans & Co. Inc. 

^Modeling a?id (starving 
in IVood and Stone 



SCALE MODELS OF BUILDINGS 



77-79 Huntington Avenue 
Boston, Mass. 



TeUphon,, KENMORE 5079 

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Gontractors 



171 NEWBURY STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 



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'Piles Foundations Caissons 

All Kinds of Foundation Work 



Telephone KENmore 6868-6869 

108 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE 



BOSTON, MASS 

111 



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Albert E. Roberts 



Plumbing 
Contractor 



70 WASHINGTON STREET 
BOSTON 



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I Vapor and Vacuum 
Steam Heating 
Systems 

FOR EVERY KIND OF BUILDING 




Thames cjones 



128 BROOKSIDE AVE. 



BOSTON 



Telephone Jamaica 5002 



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ENERAL 



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Irwin Co 
ontractors 



96 West Brookline St., Boston, Mass. 



MEMBERS OF 

MASTER BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 
77 SUMMER STREET 



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I Buerkel & Company 



INCORPORATED 



ENGINEERS and 
CONTRACTORS 



Heating- Ventilating - Plumbing 
Power Pla?its 



18-24 UNION PARK STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 



TELEPHONES 

HANcock 5454—5455 



Nights - Sundays - Holidays 
CALL HANcock 1145 



Crreetings 
of The 
Merrill Company 

98 Granite Street 
Boston, Mass. 

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Contractors 

Engineers 

Heating and Ventilation 

Power Installation 



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FINE HAND WROUGHT 
FLORAL DESIGNS 



Ornamental Iron 




ESTABLISHED 1891 



INCORPORATED 191N 



Albert E. Touchet 



INCORPORATED 



Plumbers 

Drainage — Ventilation 



ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED 
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL WORK 



Henry T. Ripley 



INCORPORATED 



80 Boylston Street 
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



I No. 1 BYRON STREET, BOSTON 

(REAR OF 70 BEACON STREET) 

Telephone - - Haynarket 1294 

North Shore Branch 

10 Oak Street, Beverly Farms, Mass. 

Tel. Bev. Farms 0241. 



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Gregory £^ Brown Co. 

I ///porters and Interior 'Decorators 

'Paper -7/ 'anginas and J'al/ries 




''Draperies furniture "Tainting 

Upholstering Garpets 'Decorating 

6 Hamilton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Opposite 'Park Street Ghurch 

Will be located at our New Store 

i -i NEWBIRY STREET, NEAR COPLEY STATION 

after middle of August 

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Incorporated 1894. 



John Farquhar's Sons 



INCORPORATED 



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Roofers 



and 

Architectural 

SHEET METAL WORKERS 

9 Silver Street 
South Boston, Mass. 

Tel. So. Boston 0042 

EXHIBITS AT 

Architects Exhibit, 1 1 Beacon Street 
and 60 Summer Street 



BOSTON, 



MASS. 



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William M.Bailey Co. j 

88 BROAD STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 

Qeneral (contractors 
and Guilders 



Pioneers in Reinforced Concrete 
Designs and Construction 



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I Edwin S. Parker Co. | 

95 St. James Avenue 
BOSTON 



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REPERTORY THEATRE 
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Recent Coniram 
Providence 

R. I. SCHOOL OF 
DESIGN 

HROU \ GYM. 

OLD COLONY 

CO-OP. 

HOMEO. 

HOSPIT \l. 
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Starrett Br,,., Buildiri II 'alter & Gillette, Archi. §| 

INDUSTRIAL TRUS1 COMPANY BUILDING 

Cathcart, Hallett & Goodwin 

(Incorporated) 

PLASTERING CONTRACTORS BOSTON 

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The Art Stone Co. 

| Cast Concrete | 
| Building Stone | 



MILLERS FALLS 



MASS. ■ 



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CHELMSFORD 
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Partial list of Boston Buildings with Chelmsford Granite: 

HARVARD CHEMISTRY LABORATORY - Base course 
MASS. STATE CAPITOL - - East and West Wings 
NATIONAL SHAWMUT BANK - - New addition 
LEE HIGGINSON BLDG. - - - - Entire exterior 
COTTAGE FARM BRIDGE 
WEEKS MEMORIAL BRIDGE 



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Curtis Lighting, Inc. 



CHICAGO, 



ILLINOIS 



Manufacturers of 



X-RAY REFLECTORS 

for 

Show Windows - Flood Lighting 
Indirect Fixtures 

SPECIAL LUMINAIRES 
Bronze - Iron - Compone 



Quarried and Cut by 

H. E. FLETCHER CO. 

WEST CHELMSFORD - - MASS. 



Resident Engineer 

KARL ANTON PIEZ 

146 Summer Street 
BOSTON - - MASS. 



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Office, Bank and Store 
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ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS 



68 Broad Street - Boston 

Telephone Connection 



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STEAM, VAPOR, HOT WATER 

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WARM AIR SYSTEMS 



HUMIDIFIERS AND AIR FILTERS 
FOR RESIDENTIAL USE 



RADIATOR SHIELDS 
SHEET METAL WORK 

I Frank E. Woodward Co. 

ENGINEERS & CONTRACTORS 
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RUBBERSTONE 
TILE FLOORING 

Built like a Highway 

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RUBBERSTONE CORPORATION 

LITTLE BUILDING 
BOSTON - MASS. 



I Madison Ave. J2 \\ . Randolph St. 1524 Chestnut St. Temple BIJg. 
New York City Chicago, III. Philadelphia, Pa. Rochester, N.Y. 



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in Residences, Churches, Office Buildings, 
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Frigidaire' s adaptability 

eases planning problems 

for architects 



T^ RKjIDAIRE is, by reason of its proven 
superiority, the leader in electric refriger- 
ation. More are in use than all other electric 
refrigerators combined. But Frigidaire's greatest 
appeal to architects is its adaptability in meeting 
strict specifications as to space and type of in- 
stallation. 

Choosing the correct Frigidaire models for homes 
and apartments is simple. The range in sizes 
and stvles is wide. The cabinet can be made an 
integral part of large or small kitchens; there's no 



exposed mechanism to prevent it. If desired, the 
Frigidaire mechanical unit can be put in the base- 
ment — away from kitchen heat. This method is 
also used in apartment multiple installations. Or 
each apartment can have an individual self- 
contained Frigidaire. Special designed apartment 
house cabinets make either methods practical. 

We'll gladly furnish architects with prices, 
estimates and special data on Frigidaire equip- 
ment. Your request involves no obligation in 
any way. Let us send full information. 



Frigidaire Headquarters 
743 BOYLSTON ST. BOSTON, MASS. 



KENmore 7900 




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IDEAL Red Jacket BOILER 

Meeting the New Demands of Our Day for 
Products of the Utmost Efficiency and Beauty 




<iA New 'Day of Usefulness for the Gellar 



IT is with real pleasure that the American Radiator Com- 
pany announces to the members ot the Architectural 
Profession the new Ideal Red Jacket Boiler. Every 
refinement and improvement developed in forty years of 
scientific research and manufacturing experience is incor- 
porated in this new boiler. 

The Ideal Red Jacket Boiler has a long, double flue gallery, 
through which the hot gasses of combustion must travel a dis- 
tance twice the length of the boiler. This insures a remarkably 



high economy. Interposed between the beautiful red enamel 
finished metal jacket and the boiler is a one inch thick asbestos- 
cell lining, providing thorough and indestructible insulation. 

Each boiler is completely equipped with mechanical regulation 
and all accessories. 

Doors are finished in beautiful black porcelain enamel: the 
beauty of the Red Jacket Boiler is permanent. So clean and 
attractive is it that it makes possible the transformation of the 
cellar into a truly useful, livable place. 



13 he zfMore beautiful 

"AMERICAN" CORTO RADIATOR 
THE TIADIATOR GLASSIC 

The American Corto Radiator, fitting companion of the new 
Ideal Sectional Boiler, is one of those rare achievements in 
which true beauty has been blended with high mechanical effi- 
ciency. The compactness, attractive lines, and graceful pro- 
portions of this radiator are in keeping with the present trend 
toward refinement ot interior appointments. 

So much favor has been accorded the Corto that it has been 
adopted as the standard "American" Radiator,and is now offered 
at no greater cost than that of other radiators of lesser merit. It 
is available in a complete range of sizes in both height and width. 




I AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY I 

General Office : 40 West 40th Street, New York City 
New England Branch Office : 1 24-131 Federal Street, Boston 



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